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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

2010 Volume 26, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. How New Technologies Have (and Have Not) Changed Teaching and Learning in Schools

    Richard Halverson & Annette Smith

    Information technologies have reshaped teaching and learning in schools, but often not in ways anticipated by technology proponents. This paper proposes a contrast between technologies for learning... More

    pp. 49-54

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  2. Web 2.0 Literacy and Secondary Teacher Education

    Danielle Fahser-Herro & Constance Steinkuehler

    Literacy skills honed from reading books and writing papers has long been recognized as invaluable to building and sustaining intellect. Educators are charged with strengthening literacy programs, ... More

    pp. 55-62

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  3. Millennial Learners and Net-Savvy Teens? Examining Internet Use among Low-Income Students

    Christine Greenhow, J D. Walker & Seongdok Kim

    This paper discusses access and use of information and communication technologies among urban high school students from low-income families, a topic of great interest to teacher educators,... More

    pp. 63-68

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  4. Online Fan Fiction and Critical Media Literacy

    Rebecca W. Black

    This article explores English-language-learning (ELL) youths' engagement with popular media through composing and publicly posting stories in an online fan fiction writing space. Fan fiction is a... More

    pp. 75-80

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